Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 237, Ed. 2 Friday, November 1, 1946 Page: 12 of 18
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Extension Classes Set
AUNT JEMIMA WAFFLES*
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your icebox—eat cold.
Look for the New Red and Blue Carton
Manufactured by NUGIJl MANUFACTURING COMPANY. WICHITA FALLS. TEXAS
Probe to Begin
New Crop—-Texas Hamlin *
Seediest illl'i) per box $4.95
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3 big reasons for buying new Post’s
Rice Toasties today:
. 1—It’s noticeably lighter, bright-
er in color and taste I
2— It’s tender-crisp because it’s
“ Tender-Toasted”—a new 60-
second POST-perfected Process!
3— It gives you.important vitamins
and minerals—including three
times as much IRON*.'
’ The 4>l
control at Cancer is relatively easy d ,
N Y.— i UP) — Fur-
niture i manufacturers of thu are* ‘
plan thru!: Ttrat pd»t-war autumn lur-
4. it M*» »
.pna.dcr.t of the Jamestown Furniture
IWATCH OUB WINDOW*:
Linde u one ot the apepial-
ir« at the clinical conference
:1a horn a City clinical society
mCMlay had 11-0? official.reg- ,
l fncl’jdins physician*, their
ttternes, and qOmmercial rep-
Food Laboratory Tosts
PROVE Idabos’ Quality!
Idahos have long been considered
"tope” for flavor and quality. Now
a famous food research laboratory,
testing 11 leading varieties, has
found that Idahos are the ea/y po-
tatoes rating "excellent” in all
methods of cookery. Who* buying
potatoea, remember—yon can’t go
wrong on Idahos!
''k- "KU IF' ■ V W!
both the upmen and the doctors
_*• “Ift fwralNre 4f'
teliih Pleii* \
Cities to Tackle
(Ba*rtat«« Fr»w UW XSIUm TwW»S*r)
WASHINGTON Oct. 31—(UP)— |
Chairman Roger Slaughter. <D., Mo.).!
announced Thursday the house sur-
gation November IB into proposed dis-
posal by the
and Little In< .
Slaughter said John L. Lewis, presi-
dent, of “ 1— —21—1
(AFL> former secretary of commerce
Jesse Jones, and former secretary of
Interior Harold L. Ickes will be asked
to testify on the proposed sale of the
Texas to the New York-Philadelphia g
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+ AT THE SAME TIME
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attendance at the annual school tor
bouthwe-dern doctors of only 350 at .
. conference 16 year* ago.
has Hopkin* specialist said '
c<MiT.rui oi saucci i* ivutuvciy easy tl
caught !-gi Its extremely early stages. J
itely 30 percent of ran-
len «s in the uterus, and
■ent of this icancer is in ‘
or neck of tne uterus. It !
accessible place for ex- i
nd. yvomen should insist
mkke iti when conduct- :
physical' examination. |
(U,M*w««a L*l. eaiuen r»wr6a?)
Danger of . cancer in women can be
reduced immeasurably, with t . ’
, if both doctorsi
r pgtlents will go through the
J ot regular physical Mam-
Dr Richard W. Te Linde. '
Of gynecology, at Johns
university, said here Thurs-
OKMULOKX. Nov. 1.—.(Special.)—
Kxtcnalon classes for county teachers
will bo conducted in the county *u-
pertntendeht’s office each Tuesday
evening by Ben Morriaon of Ewt
Central state college. Ada. Courses in
American literature and sociology will
-be offered. _____e>
while it ha —.
sect* with the Eirrect type qf physical
j;simulation. He is .optimistic that we
xouid ' kick a big chunk out of the
detvth to 1 ;.«f eancer in women if
IMA TW Atfretee
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-» Middle Son: "You don't love me
-*a» mdeb as you do Bill and Jack "
*• Mo (her: "There s no reason on
'earth rar vvu to say that! Of course
*1 iove'you all the same. You're Just
Shall I 1st the youngest
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j MUST 9MAKMST
I News IN TOWN. F0UCS
f WHO WMMT TfUEDNtW j
NSSTi WC9 TOMW J
( MISSINS OUT! A
Idaho RuMsta are world-famous baksra. To give your
baked Idahos that "professional” touch, prepare them this
way. Wash and dry uniformly sised Idaho Russets. Sake
In a hot (450*) oven until tender when pinched (about one
hour). Break open with prongs of a fork; fluff up; top
with butter and serve. A ’• r . .
Cr/sp Tender .
ftasaaagaf rigll N,w Crop Florida Marsh Seedless
UiapUIIUII Faocy Large Fruit ______For Bex
Goldea Delicioss Apples
Red Potatoes “J N*'
Italian officials to organue anU-ma-
iaria controls all over the nation ang
to predict that malaria will be wiped
out from the country within live vearp.
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. Children Loke S<*rs»a
ist Zeno Young la a scrapma*ter with
a sense of fun. Out of odds and ends
—an oil.drum, a length df *tove pipe.
« few nuts and bolts—he has installed
in hl* backyard such children * de-
lights.as a miniature train that haula
|>a.wngen around a wooden track, a
ini a 11 ferris wheel and airplane swings.
Sedge now available.
ItMid thfif |
: right Kind
i Ina non*
JJ1 the O
totmuoni. Including physicians, their
'.v-ne*. .aternes. and qOmmerdal rep-
wag the biggest convention in
T ind compares with the total
Pure Pork SffUBBge SUSX
Pork Loin Roast, lean and meaty----
Calf Liver, fresh sliced------J-----
I Ke* Yhrc ’ time* ••
B tain* average of
■ IRON as ^‘“-utln
U 18 learnt c.th mUk
aiidiii00’* r nwideS
■ fruit.lt provld"
calcium. 5 gj
•nd niacm • • - . .
sudsy powder, docs what a
no soap can do! GOLLY, the \
magic, all-purpose cleaner, con- '
tains no soap... yet lathers up into A
MOUNTAINS of LASTING SUDS IN-
STANTLY in hot or cold water! Dip your
dishes, glassware, silver, pots and pans into
busy, billow ing GOLLY suds . ;. rinse . . .
and the job’s done in LF.SS THAN HALF
THE TIME! GOLLY cuts grease and grime
IMMEDIATELY ... leaves ho ugly film to
be wiped off . . . no scum or dishpan ring.
Pleasantly perfumed. GOLLY destroys obnox-
ious odors and softeng the hardest water at
once ... and it’s actually good for your hands!
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menace, when tankers were sunk In *
large numbers by nasi subs. A long
controversy has arisen over their
peacetime use. A strong faction both
in and out of the government wants
them to b$. used to pipe natural gas
from Texas fields. This suggestion is
strongly opposed by coal and other
interests. The war assets administra-
tion has recerived lS bids for the pipe-
lines several weeks ago and la now
considering them with action expected
Slaughter said his committee
wanted to "find out how the interests
---------- ---- , .. iof the entire country may be best .
plus committee will start an invest!- m disposing of the pipelines
.mUmv 1 A lamBe* vwsaAewewAAM. Mist —
to private owners
| The Little Inch line runs from Beaui
I moot. Texas, to tne New York-Phila-
delphia area. The Big Inch pipe begins
1 at Longview. Texas, and also termin-
ates tn the New York-Philadelphia
PUDDIN’ AN* PIE-I
IN THE TWINKLIN’OF r^1
~~~L. an eye «
h Have puddint
) >^gnd pi« in g jiffy. It’s • j
‘ real food favorite for 4
) children end adults. / J
L "Energising /■
J •Appell sing / |E
Pn Filling Pudding
Far extra fun, fry BOTH KINDS
the red box for pancakes and waffles
,.■. the yellow box for buckwheats.
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The committee’s staff already has g
laid the groundwork for the hearings, p
Slaughter said. He added the Infor- —
mxtlon brought out would prove valu- •
able because congress must approve I
all sales by the war assets admlnistra- ■
tion of over >5 millions. > |
Two senate committees which in- |
vestigated disposal of the pipelines last g
year recommended they be used for B
on . ;
The pipelines were built at the ■
! height of the wartime submarine j
' put on permanent status with a $60.-
I 000 budget and three members. It will
assist In handling relations between
r rr th < Wocie
* udge pern
is *n easily
*■' >t doctors
Ing * ruptlpe
Hicbrsl Cancer Perrent
Highest percent of cancer is on the
tkresst The chief danger with thia j
01* of Cancer is that It is in medical I
lamgusgr "iilent.” cnusing no ;>aln or
other 4i->ii<>mfort to arouse the
;. i»r «i»-fwy
It U (Nirtlcularly
S140 millions lines which nin from s»^
Morn in. Noon or Night
flighty Thrifty, Too/
big baked Idaho tonight!
... ^mf* kdd em!
IB Ssrviags •f]
SHt MOBUttt C8 8HUI
1 - nrm satuboav -gn, gist p. m *
Most Complete Fresh Fruit
’ and Vegetable Market
Marsh Seedless 3 lbs. 25c
k »3” 39‘
.. 10 lbs. 49c
_ lb. 10c
10 lbs. 25c
Pccdn, Ala. Paper Shall---Lib. BBC
Almonds, Naw Crop-----lb. 3SC
frazils. Naw Crop-------lb. 49e
lb. roll 59c
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LASTING SUDS WITH
GOLLY, the amazing new \ ' V
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CHICAGO.—(UP >—The Public Ad- t
ministration Clearing House reports
municipal labor relations,bureaus are
being established in New York Citv
and St. Louis. Mo... following crea-
tion of similar units in Toledo. Ohio,
and Louisville. Ky.
In New York, the division has been
/far IRON in a Light^Rreakfast^.
Have YOU tried new Post’s Ritr Toastie*?—Stud about this \J
t* ■ ► sSAifc
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■ irnlts .gtiU are thi^ X-ray, ra-
TP Lmde told the physicians
~ can be detected even
aS to be seen^pnder a micro-
i L'nele: "I______ _
or the oldest have first choice of
the marbles I brought?”
• Mother:'■"I suggest you let Jim,
our middle son have first choice
pus Ume.” :
'li takes more than words to keep middle children from /eel-
•frty unloved, since they enjoy neither the privileges of the oldest
Xnor the special attention usually given the youngest child.
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KL’J ■- 1
Rate In Women
Extra Fancy and Fer
Fancy Rente Beauty Bushel
Wye. Triumph -Bag
U. S. Ne. 1
Honey Dew Melons, fancy Calif---
TrnSrr gnaaer Leatalaaa .
nd *o»n4»h Trao ...................
fancy Eatmore —
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You II ,o ,
WASHINO7ON APPLf SEASON
HAS STAJtTTD. Tho new-picked
Wndhington State Jonathans and
Delicious are arriving at your
grocer's. Get some of each soon
... the b< rod aristocratic Deli-
cious with its crisp and frosty
meat, its delightful sweetness.. •
tho red -ch eeked " Jonnie,” cracklin'
cnsp and packed with tangy juice.
Pop ’em In your icebox—eat cold.
the city and its 150.000 employes as }
well as act in disputes in key indus-
tries affecting public healtty and wel-
fare. i ■ J »
Jn St. Louis, an 18-men^ber indus-
trial relations committee has been
‘ Louisville formed an 18-member ta-
bor mediation board a few months
afco. Toledo also has 18 members on
its board. -
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DDT Delps Italians
W ipe Out Malaria
I ’ ROME— tL’Pi—Using UNRRA-sup-
I plied DDT insecticide, the Italian gov-
1 errunent has waged a winning cam-
piagn against malaria in the war-dam-
agtid coastal areas south ot Rome.
Mosquitoes, files and other disease-
bearing insects virtually have been
elimnnited In areas flooded by Lhe re-
treating Germans barely two years
after Italy began draining the land (
1 Tne campaign in this area was an
experiment. Its .success has caused
TWENTY-EIGHT—FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1,
PoinD for Parents
* Not Tni*
o c . —
*Us« Aunt Jemima Raady-Mix
in tha jad package. Follow
easy directions on the back,
energy-packed, lights bright breakfast for Active People!
AND, MOTHERS, REMEMBER:
No more heavy breakfasts need-
ed! Just serve new Post’s Rice
Toasties with milk, fruit, toast
and beverage. That makes a
complete, nourishing, energy-
packed breakfast for active,
youngsters and grown-ups, t
too ! '
vemment of the Big j
the United Mines Worker*
glert to the possibilities".
The conference,'Which includes con-
unuous lecture* in one room, symposi-
«» oa particular probitem* aye held
en two xmainer rooms for four days.1
.noses at 5 p. m. Thursday. During
the pencxl 17 nationally known phy- •
cleans -will be heard.
Vtirnitiire Mart Revived
• JAMMBTOWN. 1
>rket October 31 to November
announced by Paul E Denny..
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Gaylord, E. K. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 237, Ed. 2 Friday, November 1, 1946, newspaper, November 1, 1946; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1766045/m1/12/: accessed May 16, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.